If only I had a Dog

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If only I had a Dog

Post by Crackoff » Fri Feb 12 2021 15:11

I remember those days :thumbs:

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Grant :smile:
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What people say there going todo and what they actually do is two completely different things :wink:

I know a lot about a bit of stuff and a bit about a lot of stuff :wink:

I upset some guys because I tell it as it is :wink:

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Re: If only I had a Dog

Post by John Milford » Fri Feb 12 2021 17:02

:thumbs: Liked that!

My dog can be fast asleep when I walk into another room. I turn round a second later and he's standing next to me! :laughs:
"He's some sort of lure savant. Or just has an unhealthy addiction to old lures. We are not quite sure . . . . . "

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Re: If only I had a Dog

Post by Happy Hayes » Sat Feb 13 2021 09:16

Crackoff wrote:
I remember those days :thumbs:


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Grant :smile:
I have that same conversation every day with mine . :thumbs:
Wouldn’t change it for the world.
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Re: If only I had a Dog

Post by Happy Hayes » Sat Feb 13 2021 09:23

John Milford wrote:
:thumbs: Liked that!

My dog can be fast asleep when I walk into another room. I turn round a second later and he's standing next to me! :laughs:
Mine too
Does yours have selective hearing as well John
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Re: If only I had a Dog

Post by John Milford » Sat Feb 13 2021 11:02

Happy Hayes wrote:
John Milford wrote:
:thumbs: Liked that!

My dog can be fast asleep when I walk into another room. I turn round a second later and he's standing next to me! :laughs:
Mine too
Does yours have selective hearing as well John
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Tom
Completely selective Tom. He can hear a cellophane wrapper being opened through a closed door but won't come in from the rain unless he's been told about ten times and is satisfied that he's sniffed every interesting object in the garden! :roll: :laughs:
"He's some sort of lure savant. Or just has an unhealthy addiction to old lures. We are not quite sure . . . . . "

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Re: If only I had a Dog

Post by stubbojo » Tue Feb 16 2021 09:42

my dog is cleverer than me , he seems to know what i will do next , more so when out with the gun pigeon shooting

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Re: If only I had a Dog

Post by phil.c » Tue Feb 16 2021 15:33

God I miss my dog.

I never have a conversation like that with the wife.
My opinion may offend, but it's only an opinion that may differ to your's.
It doesn't make me wrong.

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Re: If only I had a Dog

Post by Kev Berry » Sun Feb 21 2021 21:32

My two muck hounds can tell the time...when its 5pm they suddenly want to get your attention.....feeding time.
They know when I'm putting my boots on if I'm going fishing or its walkies.
On the other hand if it's too early or raining they play dead and wont move.
They lie down in strategic positions feigning sleep but are like coiled springs when Shirley is baking or the grandkids are round...waiting in hope that a morsel may get dropped.
I've never been without a dog or six....and never will be

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